Most drug offenses in the State of Ohio are punished as felonies.
Under state and federal law, there are a number of substances that are considered illegal to possess, distribute, cultivate or manufacture. Even possession of prescription drugs, such as OxyContin and Hydrocodone, can lead to drug charges if a person does not have a valid prescription for the medication.
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